BOT Chair Rubenstein shows off a new talent—rapping

Board of Trustees Chair David Rubenstein is often lauded for his savvy as a financial executive and his philanthropic work—and now his rapping skills?

"The Duke" vs. Duke: case dismissed

A federal district court in California has dismissed the lawsuit pitting the estate of actor John Wayne against the University.

ChronYourRadar: September 15th-21st

Need to know what's going on this week? Check out ChronYourRadar, the Chronicle news blog's weekly round-up of events on campus and in Durham.

ChronYourRadar: September 8th-14th

Need to know what's going on this week? Check out ChronYourRadar, the Chronicle news blog's new weekly round-up of events on campus and in Durham.

Construction triggers fire alarm in Perkins and Bostock

Wednesday afternoon study sessions in Perkins and Bostock Libraries got a little more eventful when the fire alarm was triggered, causing the evacuation of both buildings.

"The Duke" versus Duke

The family of deceased film star John Wayne—who went by the nickname "The Duke" for much of his career—is suing the University for use of the name Duke to market bourbon and other alcoholic beverages.

Summer in review—the biggest headlines on campus

Summer may mean fewer people on campus, but it does not mean less news. Take a look at some of the biggest headlines from May and June.

Alumni round-up: Shinseki resigns from VA, Steel takes C.E.O. position

Duke graduate Eric Shinseki, Secretary of Veterans Affairs, resigned Friday amid a growing scandal regarding veterans' treatment at VA hospitals.

All-clear called for tornado warning after 20 minutes

For the second time in three weeks, Duke's campus was put on alert for a tornado warning.

Rumor false—Grace's Café to stay

Contrary to rumors, Grace's Café is remaining on campus next year.

Emma Baccellieri